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    Mestizo Nation Happy AZ Shooter Was White
    Race; Posted on: 2011-01-13 07:52:26 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    ("The best ways to reach me is by email at daisy@daisyhernandez.com or on FaceBook, where my username is dazeher.")

    by Daisy Hernandez

    I wasn't the only person on Saturday who rushed to her Android when news came of the Tucson shooting. I wasn't looking however to read about what had happened. My auntie had already filled me in —  "Someone tried to murder una representante. People have been killed," she'd reported. What I wanted to know was the killer's surname.

    My eyes scanned the mobile papers. I held my breath. Finally, I saw it: Jared Loughner. Not a Ramirez, Gonzalez or Garcia.


    It's safe to say there was a collective sigh of brown relief when the Tucson killer turned out to be a gringo. Had the shooter been Latino, media pundits wouldn't be discussing the impact of nasty politics on a young man this week — they'd be demanding an even more stringent anti-immigrant policy. The new members of the House would be stepping over each other to propose new legislation for more guns on the border, more mothers to be deported, and more employers to be penalized for hiring brown people. Obama would be attending funerals and telling the nation tonight that he was going to increase security just about everywhere.

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